Talk:Fly (Dixie Chicks album)

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Fair use rationale for Image:Dixie Chicks - Fly.jpg[edit]

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BetacommandBot 02:53, 26 October 2007 (UTC)

I've been looking-up a lot of albums recently and noticed that this notice appears A LOT. And it's stupid -- can y'all not determine a rationale and maximum size for all works like this and bot the damn thing with that template instead of this silly crap? You are demanding that thousands of contributors from years past return. 1. It's not gonna happen for the VAST majority, and 2. you are going to have thousands of entries loose their art. 3. On the very few instances where it does happen, the act will consist of the contributor going and looking at other music album entries, copying the "rationale" and pasting here. There is no individual consideration - it's the SAME for ALL MUSIC ALBUM ART. Very, VERY Amateur and UnEncyclopedic! (talk) 05:58, 25 January 2011 (UTC)

Track 13[edit]

I have a CD copy of this album, and I was surprised to find that track 13 is listed as actually having a name here, with no comment on it, no less. The copy I have (If you want, I can dig up my copy and scan the back of the packaging for you to upload temporarily, show you what I mean) does not even list a track 13, instead listing the last song as track "14". Which isn't surprising, considering that track 13 on my copy is actually several seconds of silence, probably just a placeholder because 13 is considered an unlucky number. What exactly is going on here? Where does this track name come from? Is it silence on all versions of the album, and if so, why is this not mentioned (don't try to tell me it's "trivia", either, as it does concern the actual, citable content/format of the album, not to mention it concerns me that there's a track listed that I can verify isn't listed in my physical copy of the album, which may well mean that the "track 13" listed here, entitled "Ain't No Thing But a Chicken Wing", needs a citation to begin with to prove it isn't a made-up title, for one)?Runa27 (talk) 16:25, 23 April 2008 (UTC)

The 13th "title" appears inside the booklet inbetween the listings for the songs before and after it. I do not know if it is officially the title of the track. On my CD, it is about 9 seconds of silence. (talk) 00:07, 18 February 2009 (UTC)